How to Fix Lacerations in Project Zomboid
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Project Zomboid leans toward realism, especially in the way that characters become hurt. For instance, lacerations in the game mean an increased chance of infection, death by bleeding out, or potentially even zombification. So, let’s explore the different ways you can fix lacerations in Project Zomboid and what you'll need.
How to Fix Lacerations in Project ZomboidNote that lacerations in Project Zomboid aren’t only flesh wounds. Failure to care for these wounds and your character will remain sick, depressed, and at maximum terror. However, it’s not a death sentence, as you can use the following techniques to heal yourself from lacerations.
Using BandagesYou can patch up lacerations by using bandages. Note that different bandages have varying potencies, ranging from the following:
- Bandage: 4 Bandage Power
- Dirty Bandage: 0.5 Bandage Power
- Sterilized Bandage: 4 Bandage Power + Prevents or cures infected wounds
- 1x Bandage, and
- 3x Bottle of Disinfectant, 10x Bourbon, 5x Cooking Pot, or 10x Saucepan
Eat, Drink, and Rest to Speed Up RecoveryKeep an eye on your character’s hunger, thirst, and tiredness. These traits don’t only keep your character healthy but also increase the rate at which lacerations heal. So, eat, drink, and sleep when needed.
Playing it SmartAvoid explorations when you have lacerations in Project Zomboid if you have sufficient resources to last you in the meantime. That way, it’s less likely zombies will bite, scratch, or hit you, which might otherwise give you another laceration (or worse). Other ways to avoid lacerations in Project Zomboid include:
- Removing glass shards from broken windows before climbing through them
- Driving safely as much as possible and avoiding crashes
- Avoiding jumping over fences if encumbered or when your character has low endurance
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